Perspectives on organizational justice: Concept clarification, social context integration, time and links with morality

The findings repeatedly indicate a significant impact of organisational justice on behavioural, attitudinal and organisational outcomes

Marion Fortin

2008

Scholarcy highlights

  • Organisational justice is concerned with people’s fairness perceptions in their employment relationship
  • The most recent phase of organisational justice research, which has been termed the “integrative wave”, has brought forward theories that can relate to various dimensions of justice, and that can add insights into different aspects of justice, such as how and why justice judgments are made, and how and why people react to justice
  • This review has focused on four areas that may move the organisational justice agenda forward: concept clarification, social context integration, time and links with morality
  • These areas have received increased attention lately, but there are still relatively few empirical studies and theoretical frameworks that grapple with these issues
  • For each of these four areas, recent developments will be reviewed and avenues for future research discussed

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